|Overview: Ethical Climate|
What is Ethical Climate?
John Spacey, updated on December 05, 2016
Ethical climate is the culture of an organization as it pertains to questions of right and wrong. It derives from the governance, values, norms and habits that exist within an organization. Ethical climate results from both a firm's history and its leadership. Generally speaking, poor ethical practices at the top of an organization translate to a poor ethical climate.
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